Saturday, June 19, 2010

Effervescent Crucibles on theology, the religous life, and formal indications.
[I]t seems to me what this reveals is that, from the perspective of philosophy according to Heidegger, religion as such and theology as such are on an equal level. That is, in this case at least, with respect to fundamental ontology, there’s no qualitative difference between an ontic science taken as an object of inquiry and the beings (or ways of being) that that science busies itself considering.
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